Kick off for TsunamiRisk project

Kick off for TsunamiRisk project: In rare cases, tsunamis can be triggered by volcanoes and landslides. Indonesia's early warning system is not yet able to include such risks.

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Extent of the giant paleolake Mweru determined

Paleolake Mweru: Researchers have studied the rocks of the Mweru Rift System to trace millions of years of landscape evolution.

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Measuring atmospheric water vapor content with GNSS: GFZ data products certified as part of the global climate reference network GRUAN.

Measuring atmospheric water vapor content with GNSS: GFZ data products certified as part of the global climate reference network GRUAN.

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Fragen und Antworten zum Erdbeben in Kroatien

Fragen und Antworten zum Erdbeben in Kroatien mit Prof. Marco Bohnhoff, Seismologe und Leiter der Sektion Geomechanik und Wissenschaftliches Bohren am GFZ.

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Geothermal exploration with fibre optic seismics in Potsdam

Geothermal exploration with fibre optic seismics in Potsdam was supported by geophone hosts from Telegrafenberg campus and ILB.

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Better calculation of stress in the underground

Better calculation of stress in the underground: The GFZ presents the first publicly accessible database of stress magnitudes for Germany.

 

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Potsdam Young Scientist Award for David Uhlig

David Uhlig, former PhD student in the GFZ section Earth Surface Geochemistry, will be awarded the Potsdam Young Scientist Award 2020. Livestream today, Fr Nov 27, 7 pm.

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VARDA: New database for looking into Earth's past climates, one layer at a time

New VARDA database as a unique tool for paleoclimatologists to synchronize climate records from annually deposited sediments in lakes around the world.

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Geosciences with an atomically sharpened view

Geosciences with an atomically sharpened view: The new high-performance transmission electron microscope of the GFZ was commissioned on 24.11.2020.

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Allianz Climate Risk Research Award for Nivedita Sairam

Nivedita Sairam was honored with second place of the "Allianz Climate Risk Research Award" for her outstanding doctoral thesis on models to predict flood damage.

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